I sometimes wonder what connotations people might have with certain words and phrases. Yes, I am a geek, but I take it as a compliment, so no worries.
You hear "Poker Automatics" and what exactly comes through your mind, amigos? Lady Gaga's "Poker Face"? George Clooney in "Ocean's Eleven", for some reason? I've just realized that I can't stop associating this particular name with James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger, so you now know that I need therapy. If you are a sane person, you have probably deduced by now that "Poker Automatics" is indeed a program thanks to which you might have passive income.
Eight years in the making, Poker Automatics is a unique gem in the passive income-offering collection. According to the extremely well-organized and well-prepared website, the creators have been working on the program since 2006, going through many changes and improvements on the way: "initially the testing was performed offline using purchased databases of already played poker hands; then we tested Play Chips at various online poker rooms. Since 2011, our bots are playing at online poker rooms for real money. First, there were micro-stakes, but they gradually increased. At the moment, our bots beat most online players at various stakes. From 2011 to 2014 all client accounts in Poker Automatics has been maintained in manual mode".
The process is now fully automated, the database has been updated and the team of five is handling all the major software issues, while additional 12 people take care of the maintenance. If you're into poker, you'll probably recognize the following names: 888 Poker, Revolution Gaming Network, PartyPoker, PokerStars, Microgaming Network, Winning Poker Network, Ongame Network, iPoker Network, Merge Gaming Network – these are all the poker rooms in which Poker Automatics' bots can be found. Hopefully, by now you know what Poker Automatics is all about, but let me just make sure just in case you dozed off somewhere in the middle of this history lesson: robots are playing poker so that you can earn money.
How do you start your adventure with the robots working for Poker Automatics? You invest at least $30 (there is no maximum) and stay with them from 30 to 180 days. There are seven deposit levels: $30-$299 (30 days), $300-$999 (45 days), $1000-$2999 (60 days), $3000-$9999 (90 days), $10000-$29999 (120 days), $30000-$49999 (150 days) and from $50000 to sky's the limit (180 days). Depending on the levels, your share of profit varies between 40% and over 80%. You need to take into account the fact that the profit is divided into four parts: your money, the expenses, the reserve fund and Poker Automatics' share.
Naturally, the bigger your deposit, the more you get and the less they get. Your principal will be returned to you afterwards, withdrawals start at $0.01 and you need to wait for your payouts up to 5 days. To deposit or withdraw your money you can use the services of all the major players: Bitcoin, Perfect Money, Payeer (BankWire, VISA/MC, QIWI, Liqpay, W1), EgoPay, SolidTrustPay, NixMoney, OKPAY, or Yandex.Money. Here's the very minimum you can earn with PA, according to the website, "Poker Automatics guarantees a minimum profit on current Deposits in the amount of 0.1% per day under any conditions and technical state of the system".
When it comes to the behind-the-scene portion of the review, I can tell you the following: the domain had been created back in 2004, was updated just this year in June and will last for another 5 years (June 5th, 2019). The page has been secured with EssentialSSL Comodo certificate valid, also, for another 5 years (June 24th, 2019). And, amigos, that's it. Unfortunately, while the website is a true work of art when it comes to the reading materials – they are catchy and informative, give you all the basics about the odds, the players, the game and Poker Automatic's approach, and the FAQ section is one of the best I've seen – not much can be said about the creators of the program. We do get to learn about the work, but no names are attached to it, which – let's be frank – is not uncommon in our line of business.
However, if you're curious, you can always take advantage of one of 6 different e-mail addresses that have been created to support the users, you can also use Skype, send them a contact form, contact them via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pokerautomatics, over 6,000 likes and counting), Twitter (https://twitter.com/PokerAutomatics, over 1,200 followers), Google+, youtube, or the Russian social networking site, VK.com.
Having read all that, what are your freshly created connotations regarding Poker Automatics? Robots, or bots as they call them, micro-stakes and the abundance of reading materials? After all, poker-literature might be the next big thing, you never know. Pok-lit sounds really cool.